The D.C. Public Schools have debuted new online school “scorecards” — what the Post’s Bill Turque deems “the school system’s attempt to expand transparency in an increasingly competitive education marketplace.” Now listed for easy consumption: standardized test scores, attendance, disciplinary figures and retention rates for highly qualified teachers. Chancellor Kaya Henderson appeared on WUSA-TV this evening to explain the scorecards to anchor Derek McGinty.

In other news:

Ward 5 gets on with its political life (Post, Loose Lips, Metro Weekly)

Two more arrests made in killing of Jamal Coates, shot dead on U Street last year after attending a funeral (Crime Scene)

No, the timing of this New Hampshire voting-rights lobbying trip is not especially good (City Desk)

Several reasons why a Harry Thomas comeback is unlikely (G’town Dish)

The 11th Street Bridges, seen from every angle you could possibly desire (JDLand)